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For events on the Chico State campus, accommodations will be provided upon request for people with disabilities, provided the request is made at least seven days prior to the event. Contact us at (530) 898-5959.

Ongoing Events

Artoberfest

October 1 – 31

Chico Artoberfest is an annual festival featuring more than 150 events in 31 days during October.
Concerts, live performances, literature, poetry, dance, film and video, visual arts, music, theater, architecture and special events round out the festivities in this beautiful college town. Join us this fall! For a complete listing of Artoberfest events, visit www.artoberfest.org

The Art House

325 Nord Ave. Open Sundays, 1-5 pm
530-894-1893, http://www.chicoarthouse.com

Bidwell Mansion State Historic Park Tours ($)

525 Esplanade
Mon., noon–5 pm, Sat.–Sun., 11 am–5 pm
Tours leave on the hour. Closed Tues.–Fri.
For more information: 530-895-6144. Bidwell Mansion website.

Chico Air Museum

170 Convair Ave., Fri.–Sun, 9 am-4 pm
530-345-6468,
www.chicoairmuseum.org

Chico Creek Nature Center

1968 East 8th St., Wed.-Thurs., 11 am-4 pm
530-891-4671, info@bidwellpark.org

Chico Museum ($)

141 Salem St., Wed – Sun.: 12 p.m.–4 p.m.
Chico in Black & White: Historical Photos from the John Nopel Collection

Adults, $3. Students and Seniors with I.D., $2. Under 14, free.
530-891-4336, www.chicomuseum.org

Public Art in Chico

The purpose of the City of Chico Art in Public Places program is to expand the public experience with the visual arts, to promote the artistic and cultural development of the community, and to encourage the active participation of all citizens in making art a valuable aspect of their daily lives. Chico has a rich array of stunning visual art. To learn more about the city's public art portfolio, click here. For information on the Downtown Art Benches Walking Tour, click here.

Colman Museum

13548 Centerville Rd.
Sat. – Sun., 1 p.m.–4 p.m.
530-893-9667, www.colmanmuseum.com

Healing Art Gallery

Enloe Cancer Center, 265 Cohasset Rd., Mon.–Fri., 8 am–5:30 pm. Free.
Enloe Cancer Center's Healing Art Gallery features exhibits by Northern California artists whose lives have been touched by cancer.
530-332-3856, www.enloe.org/events.

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Tours & Tasting Room

Tours and Tasting Room, 1075 East 20th St.
Mon.-Thurs., 11 am - 4 pm, on the hour
Fri.-Sat., 11 am, noon - 5:30 pm, every half hour
Sun., 11 am, noon - 4 pm, every half hour
Sustainability Tours: Fri.-Sat., 11:30 am, 1: 30 pm, 3:30 pm

* All tours are free of charge
* All guests need to sign in at the Tour Desk, located in the Gift Shop lobby prior to each tour
* All tours are approximately 1 ½ hours
* Guided tour is for ages 12 and above, Educational Tasting for ages 21 and over
* Closed-toed shoes are preferred in production areas
Tour Desk: 530-899-4776, tours@sierranevada.com. Click here for additional information.

Chico Art School and Gallery

September 1 - October 30

Butte County Icons and Landscapes 
336 Broadway, Suite 20
Tues.–Fri., 1 – 5 pm, Sat., 10 am – noon
530-570-3895, janet@chicoartschool.com

Gateway Science Museum ($)

Opens September 21, 2013

625 Esplanade, Wed.–Sun., noon–5 pm

Current Exhibits:
* When the Earth Shakes
* Spin, Balance, Rock and Roll
* Mushrooms: Keys to the Kingdom Fungi

Admission: Members free, Adults $6, Children $3, Children under 3, free.
530-898-4121, www.csuchico.edu/gateway

University Art Gallery: Victoria Heilweil, 47 Years

September 30 - October 25

University Art Gallery, Taylor Hall, Chico State campus. Free.   
Gallery hours: Mon.–Fri., 9 am – 5 pm

Victoria Mara Heilweil is a nationally exhibited photographic artist, educator, and curator.  She received her Masters in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 1995. 47 Years is a photographic portrait of both a place and, by extension, the people who inhabited it. The series investigates found marks and traces to communicate a melancholy narrative of mortality and time.


530-898-5864,  University Art Gallery

Valene L. Smith Museum of Anthropology: The Art of Lida Penkova

October 1 - 25

Meriam Library, Chico State campus.
After retiring from a career as a psychologist, Lida Penkova entered into a world of imagination where the stories, myths, and symbols of other cultures inspired her to paint.  She describes herself as a self-taught artist who is interested in how people form their everyday realities.  See the world through the lens of mythology and symbols in this vibrant and engaging exhibit. 

530-898-5397,
www.csuchico.edu/anthmuseum 

19th Annual Window Art Project

October 1 - 31

Presented by City of Chico Arts Commission. Free.
Downtown businesses collaborate with local Chico artists who display a variety of original works in the “on street” windows. Everyone is invited to come downtown, pick up free brochures inside the designated stores, and take this unique walking tour.  landpoem@aol.com

FOCUS Film Festival ($)

October 3 - 5

Presented by Far Northern Regional Center.
Thurs., Oct. 3 at 6:30 pm – Festival kickoff at Sierra Nevada’s Big Room
Fri.-Sat., Oct. 4 & 5 from 9 am to 7 pm – Colusa Hall, Chico State campus

The 9th annual FOCUS Film Festival is a three-day event that features over 22 documentary and narrative films that celebrate diversity, disability and inclusion. Our vision is of a community that embraces diversity, not as a difference, but as a blend of varied and valuable contributions.

 Price: Opening night at Sierra Nevada: $5
           General admission ticket per film: $5
           Day Pass (Friday or Saturday): $15 ($10 for those with
           disabilities)
           Two Day Pass: $25 ($15 for those with disabilities)
           Event Pass: $30 ($20 for those with disabilities)
           Tickets can be purchased at Colusa Hall during the festival.
For more information: 530-221-9530, focus@farnorthernrc.org, www.FocusFilmFestivalCalifornia.com

Inspire School of Arts and Sciences Presents ‘As You Like It’ ($)

October 3 - 13

Blue Room Theater, 139 W. 1st Street
Shows are 10/4, 5, 11, 12 at 7 pm.
Sunday matinees on Sun. 10/6 & 13 at 2 pm at the Bidwell Bowl.
Tickets: 530-891-3090,  www.inspirecusd.org

The Janet Turner Print Museum: Unsettled Dreams - Monsters in Print

October 3 - November 2

Turner Print Museum Gallery, Meriam Library, Chico State campus. Free.
Gallery Hours: Mon.–Sat., 11 am–4 pm

In collaboration with Dr. Asa Mittman and students of the CSU, Chico Department of Art and Art History, this exhibition explores the depiction and meaning of—as well as the reaction to—the monstrous and grotesque. Fundamental is the prevalence of monsters historically and their varied use and interpretations.

Curator’s talk and reception: Thurs., Oct. 3 at 5:30 pm
530-898-4476, info@theturner.org, www.janetturner.org

4th Annual Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest ($)

October 4 - 5

Sierra Nevada Hop Field, 1075 East 20th St., 4–10 pm
Tickets available Aug. 15. (This event will sell out in advance)
Click here for more information.

Chico State Student Diversity Summit: Building Unity and Exploring Diversity ($)

October 4 - 5

Shady Creek, Nevada City
Diversity Summit is a weekend retreat that allows students to explore the concept of diversity through a variety of activities including team building, workshops and discussions that enable students to step out of their comfort zone and understand aspects of society different from their own.  Registration forms are available in Meriam Library 72 starting early September. A $20 deposit is required to secure your spot. Space is extremely limited and early registration is strongly encouraged. The retreat includes transportation, housing, food and retreat supplies for the weekend.
530-898-4101, www.csuchico.edu/cclc

Adventure Outings American River Raft Trip ($)

October 4 - 6

Once a major destination for gold prospectors, the South Fork of the American River is a treasure in its own right. With over 50 major rapids in 21 miles, it is easy to see why this is the most popular rafting destination in California. Join us for three exciting days and two relaxing nights along this memorable stretch of river. 

530-898-4011,
http://www.aschico.com/adventureoutings, Register online

Adventure Outings Whiskeytown Lake Sea Kayak ($)

October 5 - 6

Rich in wildlife and gold rush history, Lake Whiskeytown is renown for its clear waters and the surrounding waterfalls. Small islands dot this big lake making for excellent exploration opportunities. Our leaders will run you through the philosophy and basic paddle skills for our kayaks before we set off for adventure.

530-898-4011, http://www.aschico.com/adventureoutings, Register online

Stansbury Home Guided Tours ($)

October 5 - 6 and 12 - 13

307 W. 5th St., Sat.–Sun., 1–4 pm
This beautifully preserved Victorian home was built in 1883 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information: 530-895-3848, Facebook Page.

6th Annual Queer Week

October 7 - 11

The Associated Students Gender & Sexuality Equity Center (GSEC) will be hosting their 6th Annual Queer Week. The LGBTQ community and allies will unite to represent and share experiences through presentations, educational workshops, and discussions around sex, gender and sexuality issues. Queer Week culminates on Friday, October 11th, National Coming Out Day, with our Pride March through Downtown Chico.

530-898-5724, asGSEC.info@csuchico.edu, http://www.aschico.com/gsec

The 20th Annual Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Conference ($)

October 9 - 11

Bell Memorial Union Auditorium, Chico State campus
CSU, Chico's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) is pleased to announce the 20th Annual Conference on Learning and Teaching for faculty, staff, students, administration, and community. This year's conference will focus on "Wellness, Responsibility, and Learning".
530-898-3705, http://rce.csuchico.edu/conferences/celt-conference

California Regional Theatre Presents: Les Miserables ($)

October 11 - 27

Center for the Arts, 1475 East Ave.
Les Miserables is now the world's longest-running musical, seen by over 60 million people in 42 countries.
California Regional Theatre is excited to produce this classic that sweeps its audience through an epic tale of passion and destruction in 19th century France.
800-722-4522, www.crtshows.com

Sierra Oro Farm Trail Passport Weekend ($)

October 12 - 13

Taste the bounty of Butte County at more than 25 farms and wineries. 10 am-5 pm
Passports are $25 per person ($30 day-of) and include a free wine glass and free tasting at all stops on the map. Passports are available online at www.sierraoro.org, at all stops on the Trail; at the Chico, Paradise and Oroville Chambers of Commerce; Bacio Catering and Carryout in Chico; and local Tri Counties Bank locations. All proceeds benefit the Sierra Oro Farm Trail Association to further develop agri-tourism in Butte County.
530-343-7288, info@sierraoro.org, http://www.sierraoro.org.

Odyssey Winery

October 12 - 13 (Sierra Oro Farm Trail Event - $)

Odyssey Winery & Vineyards, 6237 Cohasset Rd., 10 am – 5 pm
View works of art from watercolorist Wei Lew (runs through the end of the year). The winery will feature great wine tasting, as well as specialty food sampling and live music from 12 – 3 pm both days. The Indigo Grey Quartet will play on Saturday, and the Bob Aranguren Trio will play on Sunday. 
530-891-9463, odysseywinery@aol.com

Adventure Outings: Beginning Rock Climbing ($)

October 12-13

Whether this is your first time climbing or you just want to take your skills to some real rocks, this is the trip for you. We will spend some time talking about basic climbing theory and help improve your form as we practice on real rock. Just a few hours east towards Lassen, we will show you some epic locations that are relatively easy to access for future personal trips. Join us for two days in the sun and a night under the stars that you won’t soon forget.

530-898-4011, http://www.aschico.com/adventureoutings, Register online.

25th Annual Open Studios Art Tour Exhibition

October 12-27

Chico Art Center, 450 Orange St., Suite 6, Daily 10 am-4 pm
Enjoy art by artists participating in the 25th Annual Open Studios Art Tour. Plan your tour itinerary for the Art Tour, which takes place the following 2 weekends (Oct. 19-20 & Oct. 26-27).
895-8726, www.chicoartcenter.com

Friday, October 10

4th Annual Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest ($)

Sierra Nevada Hop Field, 1075 East 20th St., 4–10 pm
Tickets available Aug. 15.(This event will sell out in advance)
Click here for more information.

Women's and Men's Soccer vs. San Bernardino ($)

University Soccer Stadium, 4:30 pm (women) and 7 pm (men).
Tickets are available at the gate.

Jake Early Reception and Unveiling of Fourth Chico Experience Print

Dessert reception at Chico Paper Company, 345 Broadway
5-7 pm. Meet the artist and see the unveiling of the fourth print in the five-print series.
530-898-6472,
www.csuchico.edu/alumni 

 

Butte-Glenn Medical Society Presents “The Art of Dining” Benefit Gala ($)

The Palms, 2917 Nord Ave, 7 PM
Every other October, we collaborate with local chefs, artists and designers to put on a benefit gala. Local shops and designers decorate and display dining room masterpieces!  All of the Art of Dining net proceeds help to fund Butte-Glenn non-profit organizations that provide specialized services for children and adults in need.  Come and mingle with friends while enjoying the Art of Dining!
530-894-7738, www.bgmsalliance.com
 

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Saturday, October 11

Chico Certified Farmer's Market

2nd & Wall Streets, 7:30 am - 1 pm

Adventure Outings Colby Meadows Day Hike and Yoga ($)

Participants of all levels of fitness are welcome. Beginners to accomplished yogis and everyone in between will enjoy this trip. Participants will be asked to hike a short distance to the meadow where we will conduct our yoga practice. Food and appropriate clothing and footwear will need to be provided by each participant (as well as a yoga mat if you want one) . A gear list will be provided after registering. Gear can be rented from the AO Equipment Room in the WREC.

530-898-4011, http://www.aschico.com/adventureoutings, Register online

Campus Arboretum Tour

Meet in Bell Memorial Union lobby, Chico State campus, 10 am
530-898-6472, alumstudent1@csuchico.edu

Wildcat Cruise

Meet at Bell Memorial Union courtyard, corner of 2nd and Chestnut Sts., 10 a.m.
Grab your Chico State Wildcat Cruiser and experience Chico on two wheels.
Register here
Email: wildcatcruiser@csuchico.edu
Wildcat Cruiser info: www.csuchico.edu/125/wildcat-cruiser

Campus Sustainability Tour

Meet in Bell Memorial Union lobby, Chico State campus, 11 am
530-898-6472, alumstudent1@csuchico.edu

2013 National Yo-Yo Contest

Chico City Plaza, 10 am-6 pm
530-893-0545, contest.nationalyoyo.org

Question and Answer Session with Jake Early: “Northern California Gold” Series

Chico Paper Company, 345 Broadway, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
530-891-0900, www.chicopapercompany.com

Chico State Family Weekend Barbeque ($)

Yolo Lawn, Chico State campus, 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
12:30 pm: President Zingg address
Barbecue tickets are $12 each - students and guests are required to purchase tickets in advance.
Order tickets online here or call the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 530-898-6472.
Click here for more information.

Stansbury Home Guided Tours ($)

307 W. 5th St., 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
This beautifully preserved Victorian home was built in 1883 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information: 530-895-3848, Facebook Page.

Lenn Goldmann, “Landscape & Wildlife Watercolor Workshop” ($)

Avenue 9 Gallery, 180 E. 9th Ave., 2:30-5 pm
530-879-1821, www.avenue9gallery.com

Halina Domanski Question/Answer Demonstration

Chico Paper Company, 345 Broadway, 1-2 pm
530-891-0900, www.chicopapercompany.com

Odyssey Winery and Vineyards Wine Tasting and Art Exhibition ($)

Featuring work by watercolorist Wei Lew
6237 Cohasset Road, 1-6 pm

530-891-9463,
odysseywinery@aol.com

4th Annual Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest ($)

Sierra Nevada Hop Field, 1075 East 20th St., 4–10 pm
Tickets available Aug. 15. (This event will sell out in advance)
Click here for more information.

Chico Theater Company 10th Anniversary Gala-Bration! ($)

St. John's Parish Life Center, 2341 Floral Ave.
5:30 pm  No host bar
6:30 pm  Dinner

We want to thank our patrons, actors, volunteers and the Chico community for 10 amazing years.
Enjoy live performances, silent auction and giveaways.
For more information and to purchase tickets: 530-894-3282, www.chicotheatercompany.com

Gateway Science Museum: An Evening to Treasure: ”Mysteries of the Sea” ($)

Manzanita Place (Elks Lodge), 6 pm
530-898-4121, www.gatewayscience.org

Daniel Hiestand Memorial Concert

Harlen Adams Theatre, 7:30 p.m., Free - Donations accepted.
Join us to honor the late Daniel Hiestand and to support the scholarship in his name. Ray Craig is this year's guest conductor. The Chico State Wind Ensemble will open the first half of the concert with the Alumni Band rounding out the second half.
www.schoolofthearts-csuchico.com

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Sunday, October 12

Chico Car-Free Day

Downtown Chico, noon-5 pm
Butte Environmental Council (BEC) is inviting the Chico Community to participate in Chico Car-Free Day! During Car-Free Day multiple streets will be closed to automobile traffic to open up space for educational and fun-filled activities.

What would Chico be like with fewer cars on the street?  The idea behind Car-Free Day is to reconsider urban transport with the prospect of sharing streets more efficiently. During Car-Free Day, BEC will provide a safe and secure area to come and “play in the street.” The range of activities that have taken place in other communities include arts and crafts markets, children’s play areas, cycle events, sports tournaments, restaurants and cafes extending out onto the pavements, music, etc. All activities will be moved swiftly out of the way if an emergency vehicle needs to pass by.

The event center is on Flume Street between 4th Street and 7th Street.
530-891-6424,
http://www.becnet.org/events

Stansbury Home Guided Tours ($)this event has a cost

307 W. 5th St., 1–4 pm
This beautifully preserved Victorian home was built in 1883 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information: 530-895-3848, Facebook Page.

Cynthia Sexton, Watercolor Journaling Workshop ($)

Avenue 9 Gallery, 180 E. 9th Ave. 2:30 - 5 pm
530-879-1821, www.avenue9gallery.com

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Monday, October 13

School of Nursing Rural SimCenter Birthday Party

Rural SimCenter, 560 Cohasset Rd., 4-7 pm. Free.
Becky Damazo, Rural SimCenter Director, 530-591-5812, bdamazo@csuchico.edu

Chico State Men's Golf Tournament

Chico State Men's Golf is hosting the InterWest Insurance Wildcat Classic at Sevillano Links in Corning, CA.

Check out www.chicowildcats.com for tournament information.

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Tuesday, October 14

CSU, Chico Regional and Continuing Education Annual Open House

Colusa Hall Conference & Event Center, Chico State campus, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Celebrate Partnerships and Service!
Join Regional & Continuing Education for our annual open house, celebrating the many partnerships and programs that extend the reach of CSU, Chico. Free and open to campus and community members.
530-898-6105, rce.csuchico.edu/openhouse.

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Wednesday, October 15

Third Street Harvest Celebration

Third Street, downtown Chico, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
More details on our Facebook Page.

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Thursday, October 16

Chico Performances Presents Bonnie Raitt ($)tickets for this event are purchased through the university box office

Laxson Auditorium, Chico State campus, 7:30 pm

This event will sell out - order tickets early!
530-898-6333, www.chicostatetickets.com

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Friday, October 17

Chico State College of Natural Sciences All-Alumni Reunion Reception ($)

Bell Memorial Union Auditorium, Chico State campus 4-7 pm
No-host bar and light hors d'oeuvres, $10 per person
Reunion Schedule. To register for the reception/reunion activities, click here.

Alumni Association Chico Chapter 12th Annual Fall Reception ($)

Stansbury Home 307 W. 5th St., 5–7:30 pm. $10 per person.
Meet and mingle with Chico State alumni at the 12th annual mixer.
530-898-6472, www.csuchico.edu/alumni

Black Alumni Reunion Social ($)

Madison Bear Garden, 316 W. 2nd St., 5-8 pm.
Includes food, soft drinks, music, and games.

For a complete list of reunion activities, click here.
To register for the Black Alumni Reunion, click here.

2nd Friday ARTabout - Uptown

Various Chico uptown locations locations, 5–8 pm. Free.
530-487-4553, www.ChiVAA.org/artabout

Communications Sciences and Disorders 65th Anniversary Welcome Reception

Warrens Reception Center, 341 Mansion Ave., 5-8:30 pm.
For a complete list of reunion activities, click here.

Suzanne Miller, 530-898-5871, sbmiller@csuchico.edu

Susi Gillum Demonstration

Avenue 9 Gallery, 180 E. 9th Ave., 6-7 pm
530-879-1821, www.avenue9gallery.com

Coming Out for Art

Presented by Stonewall Alliance
Location TBD, 6-11 pm
530-893-3336, www.stonewallchico.org

Chico State Women's Volleyball vs. Cal State LA ($)

Acker Gym, 7 pm
Tickets available at the gate.

Inspire School of Arts and Sciences Presents ‘As You Like It’ ($)

See on-going events.

The Patrick Ranch Museum Autumn Fest 2013 ($)this event has a cost

October 12th-27th

Come celebrate fall at the Patrick Ranch Museum!
Saturdays and Sundays in October, beginning on Saturday October 12th, from 10AM to 4PM
$5 per person and Children 3 & Under are FREE!

Pick your pumpkins, take a historic farmhouse tour, and much more!

Located at 10381 Midway - Between Chico and Durham

For more information, call 342-4359 or visit PatrickRanchMuseum.org

2nd Annual Concert on the Creek Benefit ($)this event has a cost

Saturday, Oct. 12th at 3:30 pm

4950 Rich Bar Road, Chico, CA 95928
(Centerville Road to Quail Run to Rich Bar Road)

We are please to announce our 2nd annual Concert on the Creek in Chico, CA, right on beautiful Butte Creek. This year, we will feature a fantastic local band named Swamp Daddy, which plays a "New Orleans R&B" style of music that is sure to get everyone up and dancing! We also expanded the concert this year to add an opening act, featuring Dave Roche out of Sonoma performing his original "singer/songwriter" acoustic Americana style music.

Price: $25

Call for more information: 510-828-2363

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Saturday, October 18

College of Natural Sciences All-Alumni Reunion: Saturday Events

For a complete schedule of the days activities, click here.
To register for the reunion, click here.

Black Alumni Reunion: Saturday Schedule of Events ($)

Saturday's events:
10-11 am          Campus Tour
                        
Meet in front of Student Services Center, on the corner of Warner and West 2nd St.

11 am - 2 pm    BBQ at Five Mile Picnic Area*
                         Includes food, soft drinks, music and games

6 pm - 12 am    A Night of Dinner, Dancing and Reminiscing
                         The Arroyo Room, 131 W 1st St, Chico
                              6 pm  Social Hour
                              7 pm. Dinner Buffet
                              9 pm  Dancing

For a complete list of reunion activities, click here.
To register for the Black Alumni Reunion, click here.

Communications Sciences and Disorders 65th Anniversary: Saturday Events

Lunch in Bidwell Park, 11 am-1 pm
Campus tour, 2 pm
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Tour, 2 pm
Dinner/Dance, 5:30-9 pm

For a complete list of reunion activities, click here.
Suzanne Miller, 530-898-5871, sbmiller@csuchico.edu

Chico Certified Farmers' Market

2nd & Wall Streets, 7:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Golden Grad Brunch Honoring the Class of 1963 ($)

Selvester's Cafe by the Creek on the Chico State campus.
Schedule of Activities:
9:30 am      Check-in
9:45 am      1963 Class Photo
10 am         Champagne Brunch
10:45 am    Opening of the Class of 1963 Time Capsule
Noon           Gateway Science Museum

Celebrate with fellow Chico State alumni and Golden Grads who graduated in 1963 or earlier. You're invited to come back to campus for the Golden Grad brunch, opening of the 1963 time capsule, and additional Chico Experience Week activities.

Need a hotel room while you're in Chico? Contact The Oxford Suites Chico and ask for the CSU, Chico Alumni and Parent rate! Rate includes a full hot breakfast buffet, evening reception with two free drink tickets, and much more! Contact The Oxford Suites at 800-870-7848 or go to www.oxfordsuiteschico.com.

Order tickets online
Click here for parking information and campus map

530-898-6472, www.csuchico.edu/alumni

2013 Chico Walk to End Alzheimer's ($)

Bidwell Park, Sycamore Field (One Mile BBQ Area)
Check-in at 8:30 a.m. Walk starts at 10 a.m.

Click here for more information and to register.
Contact
Walk Coordinator: Suzanne Watroba, 530-895-9661.

Downtown Chico Harvest Sidewalk Sale

Rake in the savings and celebrate the changing season at Downtown Chico's Annual Harvest Sidewalk Sale. Early birds shop on Friday too!  On Saturday the sale begins at 9 am.  It's the perfect opportunity to pick up some incredible deals and even get a jump-start on holiday shopping. For more information: 530-345-6500,dcba@downtownchico.com

Sierra Oro Farm Trail Passport Weekend ($)

See on-going events

Stansbury Home Guided Tours ($)

307 W. 5th St., 1–4 pm
This beautifully preserved Victorian home was built in 1883 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information: 530-895-3848, Facebook Page.

Lenn Goldmann, “Landscape & Wildlife Watercolor Workshop”

Avenue 9 Gallery, 180 E. 9th Ave. 2:30-5 pm
530-879-1821, www.avenue9gallery.com

Adventure Outings: Twilight Stand Up Paddleboarding ($)

Not much could be more relaxing than an evening paddle on the Sacramento River as the sun goes down? We will practice basic techniques of Stand Up Paddleboarding while enjoying the river scenery and ecosystem. Watch the sunset cast the sky with glorious orange, pink, and purple hughes. 4 pm
530-898-4011,
http://www.aschico.com/adventureoutings, Register online

College of Agriculture Hall of Honor Reception ($)

University Farm Arboretum (next to Pavilion), 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 pm, $10 pp

The 23rd Annual Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony will be held during a special reception at the University Farm.

Alumni, parents, and friends of the College of Agriculture are invited to sample various wines, beers, cheeses, and Chico State sausages; support Inter-Club Council (ICC) through our silent auction; reconnect with the College of Agriculture; and celebrate the induction of a valued Chico State Ag supporter into the College's Hall of Honor.

Purchase tickets by calling the College of Agriculture at 530-898-5844. For more information, click here.

Chico State Women's Volleyball vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills ($)

Acker Gym. 7 pm
Tickets available at the gate.

Inspire School of Arts and Sciences Presents ‘As You Like It’ ($)

See on-going events.

Bulls, Broncs, & Bikesthis event has a cost

Diamond W Productions and Diamond W presents Bulls, Broncs & Bikes at the 19th Annual National Bullriding Championship Finals. Silver Dollar Fairgrounds. Gates open at 5:50 p.m. Pre-Rodeo at 7 p.m., Opening Ceremonies at 7:30 p.m., and Dance at 10 30 p.m. new this year - Fireworks! Tickets $20-$30 - kids 10 and under are Free! Charge by phone at 530-891-1650 

24th Annual Chico Parade of Lights

The parade will start at 3rd St. and Salem, head to Main St. and continue to 6th St. ending at 4th St. and Broadway. 7:30 pm
This year’s theme is “Dancin' Thru the Decades.”
Parade of Lights Facebook Page.

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Sunday, October 19

Sierra Oro Farm Trail Passport Weekend ($)

See on-going events

Black Alumni Reunion Brunch ($)

Warrens Reception Center, 341 Mansion Ave., 10 am-1 pm.
For a complete list of reunion activities, click here.
To register for the Black Alumni Reunion, click here.

Stansbury Home Guided Tours ($)

307 W. 5th St., 1–4 pm
This beautifully preserved Victorian home was built in 1883 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
For more information: 530-895-3848, Facebook Page.

Richard Cionco: Piano ($)tickets for this event are purchased through the university box office

Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall, Chico State campus, 2 pm
Internationally acclaimed pianist, composer, Steinway artist, and piano professor at CSU, Sacramento, Richard Cionco comes to CHico State to perform a memorable recital of piano music.
Dr. Natalya Shkoda, 530-898-4043, www.chicostatetickets.com

CSU, Chico Interdisciplinary Center on Aging: Sunday Drive in a Classic Car ($)

The Country Village, 962 Kovak Ct., 2 pm
Take a joy ride in the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald and support the CSU, Chico Interdisciplinary Center on Aging.

530-342-7002,
keenemail@hotmail.com, www.csuchico.edu/icoa 

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